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Perlbox Voice for TK provides a transparent interface to several open source speech systems. The goal of this project is to provide an easy to use, easy to configure application that connects spoken human words to computer commands as well as connecting computer responses to spoken human words. Perlbox-Voice allows the user to easily configure vocabularies that consist of "commands" and "reponses". The idea is that when the human says "command" (such as "web browser"), the computer will excute "response" (such as "mozilla").
|perlbox-voice-0.7-6.noarch.html||Voice control for Linux and Unix desktops||SourceForge||perlbox-voice-0.7-6.noarch.rpm|
|perlbox-voice-0.7-4.noarch.html||Voice control for Unix desktops||SourceForge||perlbox-voice-0.7-4.noarch.rpm|
|perlbox-voice-0.5-4.i586.html||Perlbox Voice is a graphical front end for interactive voice control through Sphinx2 speech recognition and Festival voice synth.||SourceForge||perlbox-voice-0.5-4.i586.rpm|
|Perlbox-Voice-0.05-2.i586.html||Perlbox Voice is a graphical front end for interactive voice control through Sphinx2 speech recognition and Festival voice synth.||SourceForge||Perlbox-Voice-0.05-2.i586.rpm|
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